Your general contractor will be your best friend during any home improvement project, whether you need them for siding repairs or home additions. To make the most of their service, though, it’s important for you to maintain great communication with them. Here at Tusing Builders and Roofing Services, we place a pretty high premium on communication. Here’s why.
Nothing is more stressful than planning a large remodeling project. All the decisions, the contractors and even the schedule you’ll need to handle can put you at your wits’ end. Luckily Tusing Builders and Roofing Services is here to offer effective tips for making your home remodeling project as stress-free and enjoyable as possible:
Home remodeling can be stressful for both you and the contractor if not handled properly. Local general contractor Tusing Builders and Roofing Services is here to help you avoid these common mistakes during a project. Steering clear of these mistakes will help your contractor save precious time and effort better spent getting work done.
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Picking the right contractor to do part of your home improvement project isn’t easy. There are lots of companies out there that claim that they’re the best, so you need to be discerning when you screen a contractor to work with. Tusing Builders and Roofing Services is a GAF Master Elite™ Contractor, and that title alone gives us an advantage over other companies. Read on as we explain why you should hire a GAF-certified roofer.
As a leading general contractor in Cleveland, Ohio, Tusing Builders and Roofing Services values workplace safety as much as delivering quality products and great customer service. Construction work is high risk, especially jobs that involve climbing up the roof. In fact, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reported that 39.9% of all work-related injuries in 2014 were attributed to falls. Read more